Giant ‘red wave’ dust storm pounds Australia

January 12, 2013AUSTRALIA - ‘Eerie and amazing’ images of a dust storm in Western Australia have been posted online. As southern Australia ‘sizzles’ in an extreme heat-wave, the ‘meteorological phenomenon’ rolled over Western Australia. Buzzfeed posted incredible images of a ‘meteorological phenomenon’ which showed a huge dust storm off the coast of Western Australia. As it moved over the water it looked like a tangible substance, dense and unyielding.  The photos were taken by various Australians and are posted on Facebook at Perth Weather Live. The images have received media attention and various comments. Most of the photos were uploaded from mobile or cell phones. In one photo, the Macedon Gas project site looks like the aftermath of a disaster. One comment on this image read, ‘makes nice picture but not good for the air con.’  The dust storm off the coast of Onslow, Western Australia, is predicted to be followed by tropical cyclone Narelle, according to the Australian. The Australian Bureau of Meteorology said the dust storm was not directly linked to Tropical Cyclone Narelle. Narelle is currently hundreds of kilometers off shore. The dust storm met with strong winds and rain as it passed over Onslow, resulting in it ‘dumping sand and dust’ it had picked up. Winds with a speed of 102kph were recorded. Category-three cyclone Narelle continues to track its way to Australia and wind speeds at its centre are estimated to be 250km/h. Western Australia is known for its gas production and precautionary measures are being taken. Flights are on stand-by to evacuate workers, if necessary. –Digital Journal
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14 Responses to Giant ‘red wave’ dust storm pounds Australia

  1. mommabhappy says:

    In the second video just as they are talking about turning around you can see a face in the cloud @1:01

  2. niebo says:

    “And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.”

    Genesis 1:2

  3. tdenbeck says:

    That is truly incredible. I have mentioned a dream I had around 2000 in prior posts where I am walking through Earthquake devastation (3-4 ft uplift) and a person with a beige/golden aura is guiding me through. I am guided to the edge of a foyer to a mansion that is no longer there on a hill overlooking a valley (setting is local) and there is a red/rust haze hanging over the valley/low land below. Sometimes images I see will remind me of the dream and many times I have to question myself on a current event that I am to pay attention to. I have also had a waking vision of Red Blasts.

  4. Giom (Mann) says:

    That is extraordinary! Lots of ‘weird’ things happening lately… we’re in for a ride!

  5. Susan says:

    actually heard that it was from the fires burning there.

  6. Irene C says:

    Amazing…

  7. Dennis E. says:

    I am going to assume that the top pic in the posting is for real because, in my opinion, it is most terrifing pic that I have ever seen posted on this site. That is a awful looking pic of that dust cloud.

  8. sjoshua says:

    It’s possibly the red iron ore dust from the tail waft of planet Nibiru and its armada..which is to become more and more evident in the coming months.

  9. Ross says:

    I Never seen anything like this.

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